Why you should keep looking even when you’re interviewing for the job of your dreams

A very insightful article I wish I’d read about 15 years ago.

When you’re just starting out, it’s so easy to get caught up in the thrill of the job search. And then you actually have an interview at a great company… and your mind blanks out on anything but that one opportunity.

But as they say, keeping in the game is so critical.

One of the important aspects is your image, as the hiring company perceives it. The last thing you want, is to look desperate and willing to jump at the first offer – no matter how well it fits you. There are other considerations, too – and this post makes a lot of sense — check it out!

We see it all the time: Candidates get excited about a specific company or position and don’t want to look at anything else. They think if they just focus really, really hard on this, it will all work out. Or they start to lose interest in other positions without the luster of their dream job. […]

Read the rest here: Why you should keep looking even when you’re interviewing for the job of your dreams — Merrfeld Resumes and Coaching

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